A bit more than a week ago I celebrated
a birthday. My husband decided that my gift
should be a large non-stick skillet similar to the one
we recently retired due to flaking Teflon.
I used this size pan several times a week and
was at a loss for what to do without it....
although I think some here were just as
happy the "one pan meals" quit happening.
Flash back to the Farm Show in January of this year.
Chelsea and I sat and watched a cooking demonstration
with "Waterless Cookware".
The demonstrator did an excellent job of showing
the product and had both Chelsea and I wanting
the whole set....
until we saw the price.
Then we said....
"Well, someday I want that!"
I was so impressed that I came home and
studied it farther. Unusual for me...
I'm usually on to the next thing.
So, when we were looking for a new large
non-stick skillet I mentioned to Warren that
I would be interested in comparing prices and
sizes with this set.
Come to find out the prices were very competitive
with an anodized skillet but improved even more
if we bought the entire cookware set.
Note: This was not through the company we saw
demonstrating at the Farm Show....sadly.
But, through an online distributor who is allowing
us to preview it before buying it.
The entire set of 7 ply Surgical Grade
cookware is $400.00.
I know that is a LOT of money.
Especially for us.
But, the skillets that we were even willing to
consider were approaching $100 and weren't even
of the size and quality we were hoping for.
Some cash birthday gifts
and money from candle sales have been
added to our "budgeted" amount
we can do it!
This cookware saves money by cooking
very efficiently, offers more nutrition in the way that
it cooks and is so much fun in that I can cook on
multiple levels at one time when I stack it!
There is no Teflon to flake and eat!
Chelsea's stir fry came out delicious and
was a breeze to clean up.
As long as I remember to never
turn it up past medium
to medium high
we'll do great!
And then there is this bonus....
Warren thought those egg poaching
cups were useless....
But I showed him!
they are perfect!!